Imperial College London
Domain of Research: 5G, sensor networks, big data, sentiment analysis, application security
Dr. Jinfeng Li (Member, IEEE) received the B.Eng. degree in electrical and electronics engineering from University of Birmingham and Huazhong University of Science & Technology, in 2013, the MPhil degree in nuclear energy from University of Cambridge, in 2014, and the Ph.D. degree in microwave and millimetre-wave engineering from University of Cambridge, in 2019. From 2019, he joined University of Southampton as a research fellow, and Imperial College London as a visiting research fellow. His research interests include microwave tunable devices based on liquid crystals, computational modelling of nuclear reactor core using Monte Carlo and deterministic methods, motor drives of multilevel multicell inverters, wireless interface for surface acoustic wave sensors, application security and sentiment analysis of big data. Dr. Li was a recipient of Arthur Jarvis Prize and IET award. He was a Cambridge Trust Scholar, a concert pianist, an emerging technologist with Barclays UK, an Editorial Board Member and reviewer for several peer-reviewed journals indexed by SCI/EI/Scopus, a session chair of IEEE IoTSMS - SNAMS conference, and a member of Technical Program Committee for SOTICS 2020.